And where did sexual reproduction come from? Male and female reproductive systems are quite different. Why would nature evolve a male reproductive system? Until it was fully functional, it would serve no purpose-and it would still serve no purpose unless there was, conveniently available, a female reproductive system-which must also have arisen by chance. *
How long did it take for the male and female sexual reproductive systems to evolve? What kept the species propagating before male met female? Which evolved first? If they evolved at the same time, how did they get together? The male would have to get "lucky" enough to find the corresponding female of the same species which evolved at the same time, and living somewhere within the same area code. What are the odds of that happening?
* "The Case Against Darwin" by James Perloff, WorldNetDaily, February 20, 2001.